Adhaar identification delays the declaration of HTET 2017 results

The candidates Aadhaar-based biometric attendance is still incomplete due to technical reasons



  • Candidates need to complete Aadhaar-based biometric identification
  • In 22 districts the centre has been established
  • Those who fail to complete the process by February, 23 must get it done by February,24 and 25


Last week, BSEH announced that it will be rolling out the results of the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Examination (HTET), which was held in December 2017 in a week’s time. However, BSEH has made now it is clear that the result of Haryana Teacher Eligibility Examination (HTET) held in December 2017 will not be declared. The reason behind this decision is based on the fact that from this year the board has made Aadhaar number mandatory for filling up the application form.


Now, the delay is due to the incompletion of Aadhaar-based biometric attendance of all the candidates who had filled the application form. Interestingly, due to some technical glitch, the biometric attendance of some candidates didn’t get complete during the examination. The student with no Aadhaar card registered must first complete the identification process on February 23. Dr Jagbir Singh, BSEH President, has clarified it that the candidates from the other states are required to complete the Aadhar linking process by going to the districts of Haryana.


It is important for students to know that under special circumstances, the candidates can complete the Aadhaar-based biometric identification by visiting any of the centre established in the 22 districts of Haryana. Students can take a look at the list of the centres established in the 22 districts by logging on to the BSEH’s official website — Those who fail to avail this facility on 23rd of this month, will have to visit the Teachers’ Building of the Board Headquarters on 24th and 25th of February and on these dates the respective branches at the Board Headquarters will remain open from 9 am till 5 pm.